"Forced Sterilizations"Thousands of women in Peru in the 1990's were coerced into sterilization. Dan Collyns in Lima investigates the legacy of this controversial poverty alleviation and population program.Next: the Americas Now "Game Changer" report profiles - Saskia Nino de Rivera - an activist working among mothers and their children born in Mexican overcrowded and inadequate prisons. Finally: Our video essay looks at Urban gardening in Venezuela; a nation undergoing chronic food shortages.Game... [see more] Changer - Mexico Growing up in Jail. In Mexico, there are currently hundreds of children who are born and raised in the prison system. For the past 3 years, a Mexican NGO called Reinserta, has been working with these children and their mothers to help improve their living conditions and prepare them for a better future. Meet this week's Game Changer Saskia Nino de Rivera.Chile - Wines for China. Moet, Krug, Don Perignon ... names that are synonymous with fine wines and champagnes, are increasingly popular in China. To the point where the owners of Moet have begun producing their own luxury brand of red wine in China. But the fascination for red wine in China does not end there. Wines from Chile are experiencing huge growth in China, making trade ties between both countries even stronger.
"The Centenarians": Correspondent Harris Whitbeck investigates the secrets of long life among the people of the Nicoya Peninsula of Costa Rica. This region is home to some of the oldest people in the world: many over the age of 100."Game Changer"A profile of Julia Novelo, a designer in Mexico City turning the city's waste into jewelry. In doing so she provides work to poor single mothers. Her organization "Cerrando el ciclo" ("Closing the cycle") has been widely recognized as an NGO - making a difference.The program ends this week with a a video essay from Colombia. The essay chronicles the effort to return endangered Red Howler Monkeys into the wild.